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Tuesday, August 18, 2020

SHALA SWACHHTA GUNANK APPLICATION AND USEFULL INFORMATION VIDEO

SHALA SWACHHTA GUNANK APPLICATION AND USEFULL INFORMATION VIDEO

Video giving complete information of Covid19 Preparedness and Wash Training taken by all teachers under School Hygiene Coefficient (SSG) application ....

 🔸 1.  How to download the application? 

 🔹  How to register in the application? 

 🔸   How to take training and how to complete the module? 

 🔹 2. How to download the certificate after completing the training ? 

 A detailed understanding of all the above is given in this video so that  watch this video in full without skipping ... 



Note: -Share this training to all teacher friends as it is compulsory

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It is developed for GoG under an ongoing project for improving school sanitation

This app is developed for Government of Gujarat under an ongoing project for improving school sanitation.

The app will be used for purely academic purposes of collecting information on school sanitation and training teachers on sanitation.

The Shala Swachhta Gunak (SSG) App l is developed to achieve the following objectives:

To Access / Update the real time information on   WASH performance of all schools in the State.

Use reports generated for improvement, planning & decision making.

E-Learning modules on WASH in Schools for teachers

Enhance understanding, ownership & performance of schools and key stakeholders about WASH in schools.



Go around your kebele and list the categories and number of public institutions that require your service. AnswerYour list may include kindergartens, 1st and 2nd cycle schools, junior high school, Health Posts, private clinics, mill house, or possibly others.

SHALA SWACHHTA GUNANK APPLICATION AND USEFULL INFORMATION VIDEO

Knowing the scope of your activityThis requires the identification of institutions by type and number: schools (both elementary and high schools), prisons (both temporary and permanent prisons), health facilities (public and private clinics; you should leave the health centres and hospitals for the woreda environmental health worker), public offices (e.g. farmers’ training centres, government offices), religious institutions (both Christian and Islamic), mill houses, and other workplaces. You should only consider those that are present at kebele level.

School Sanitation and Hygiene Education (SSHE), is globally recognised as a key intervention to promote children’s right to health and clean environment and to influence a generational change in health promotion behaviour and attitudes. It is now known that not only the quality of teaching but also the environment, especially the availability of safe drinking water and sanitation together with good hygiene practices, influence learning. This resource book is meant for managers and trainers involved in SSHE programmes operating at different levels, such as state, district or block level. Although it was developed in the context of the School Water and Sanitation Towards Health and Hygiene (SWASTHH) programme in India, this book provides many useful guidelines and activities that apply to similar programmes elsewhere. This handbook is meant specifically for teachers working in pre-school and primary school. It will help them in the classroom to teach children about hygiene and sanitation by using one or more of the teaching approaches mentioned below. Parts of the Handbook can also be used by those indirectly involved in training and orienting education.

SHALA SWACHHTA GUNANK APPLICATION AND USEFULL INFORMATION VIDEO

Children attending school, patients attending Health Posts and other people seeking services are vulnerable to various diseases, accidents and stresses. Protecting the health of all these people is essential from a public health point of view. The promotion of basic hygiene is very important in these local institutions.

in 5 primary schools and 1 in 8 secondary schools have no sanitation service. 6. One third of schools in sub-Saharan Africa and Oceania have no sanitation service. In most countries where data is available, less than 50 per cent of schools have toilets accessible to students with limited mobility. 7. Globally, 600 million children do not have a basic sanitation service at school.  

SHALA SWACHHTA GUNANK APPLICATION AND USEFULL INFORMATION VIDEO

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Public health importance of school hygiene and sanitationSchool children spend about one third of their time either in schools or doing school assignments, during which time they may be exposed to a variety of physical, social and psychological harm. Schools provide an ideal opportunity to detect poor hygiene practice by children. The water supply and sanitation conditions of schools have become a public health concern in recent years

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